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«European Journal of Physical Education and Sport» (Европейский журнал физической культуры и спорта) – научный журнал.

E-ISSN 2409-1952

Периодичность – 2 раза в год.
Издается с 2013 года.

2 September 21, 2017

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1. Štefan Adamčák, Pavol Bartík
The Sports Activities of Primary School Girls in Selected Slovak Regions

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2017, 5(2): 52-65.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2017.2.52CrossRef

Study aim: The goal of the research was to determine the scope and the content of sports activities of primary school girls in selected Slovak regions. Material and methods: In this research we focused on the sports activities of 993 primary school girls and analysed them using a questionnaire method. The research was classified by school type: urban and rural, as well as geographical region. Results: More than 43 % of respondents that they mostly participate in sports for 1-2 hours daily. Approximately 50 % of them take part in sports recreationally and team sports of a “traditional” character predominate (57 %). The vast majority of girls (60 %) take part in sports activities outside. Participation in sports activities among girls is mostly recreational– the response frequency reached almost 50 % in all the research groups observed. Conclusions: The research findings show that there are no statistically significant differences between the sports activities of primary school girls attending rural and urban schools during the working week. Respondents attending urban schools are more physically active during holidays compared to respondents attending rural schools additionally respondents from the Central Slovak Region are more physically active than respondents from the Eastern Slovak Region (p<0.01).

URL: http://ejournal7.com/journals_n/1507840618.pdf
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2. Kehinde Adebayo Aderonmu
Effect of Badminton and Basketball Skill Training on the Physical Self-Concept (Body Satisfaction) of Nigerian Adolescents

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2017, 5(2): 66-76.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2017.2.66CrossRef

The purpose of the study was to examine the effect of sport skill acquisition in two selected sports on the body satisfaction of in-school adolescence. Experimental research design was adopted for the study. The Body Satisfaction Scale BSS, Slade, Dewey, Newton; Brodie, Kiemle (1990) was administered on 160 participants who took part in an eight week structured exercise intervention using the pre-post-test method. The mean and standard deviation of the pre and post treatment and A Two Way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) was used to test for difference among means the result revealed significant effect in the pre and post treatment sport groups (<0.05). Scheffes’ post hoc analysis was used to determine the location of the significant effect, (<0.05). The study concluded that only basketball skill training had a significant effect of participants body satisfaction (F = -2.94, P<0.05) while badminton skill training did not have any effect on participants body satisfaction (F = 1.11; P > 0.05) irrespective of sex and age.

URL: http://ejournal7.com/journals_n/1507840672.pdf
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3. Beáta Dobay, Elena Bendíková
Leisure-Time Physical Activities among Adults

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2017, 5(2): 77-83.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2017.2.77CrossRef

This article presents the partial findings regarding leisure-time physical activities done by middle-aged adults. In our study group (742 respondents, including 403 women and 339 men) significantly (p < 0.01) 56.3 % (n = 191; χ² = 103.2323; df-4) of the men and only 31 % (n = 125) of the women stated that they like doing sports activities in their leisure time as a kind of active rest. The most popular leisure-time physical activity among the men was football (16.74 %; n = 107), whereas the women prefer different kinds of dance (aerobic 16.45 %; n = 114, Zumba 13.71 %; n = 95 as well as Pilates exercise 4.47 %; n = 31). In terms of frequency of physical activity, as many as 33 % (n = 112) of the men and 28.5 % (n = 115) of the women carry out physical activities irregularly, while 21.5 % (n = 73) of the men and 15.6 % (n = 63) of the women do not do them at all. There was a significant difference (p < 0.01) confirming lower intensity of sports activities in the women in comparison to the men. As far as the way of doing physical activity is concerned, both men (68 %; n = 231) and women (53 %; n = 214), with the highest percentage, chose the option “in an organised group”, with the significant difference (p<0.01) in favour of the men (χ2 = 22.3299). The study is a part of the researched project VEGA 1/0795/15.

URL: http://ejournal7.com/journals_n/1507840727.pdf
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4. Samaneh Nazari, Rahim Ramzaninezhad, Mina Mallaei
The Investigation of Personal and Social Responsibility Levels in Athlete and Non-Athlete Male and Female Adolescents

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2017, 5(2): 84-92.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2017.2.84CrossRef

The purpose of this research was to compare personal and social responsibility levels of athlete and non-athlete students from parents, physical education teachers and other lessons teachers’ viewpoints. The sample of this study were 357 students, from all male and female students of middle schools in Rasht city (n=6882) who participated in this research whose responsibility were studied basis of opinions of 357 their parents, 44 physical education teachers and 69 other lessons teachers’ viewpoints in home, physical education class and other classes respectively. Research instrument was PSRQ Questionnaire by Li et al (2008). The questionnaires were given to sport management and physical education professors and also psychology professors for evaluating content validity. The reliability of students’ responsibility questionnaires were confirmed in home (α=0.72), physical education class (α=0.86) and other classes (α=0.90). Data analysis by using U-Mann Whitney test in the significant level of P≤0.05 indicated that from parents, physical education teachers and other lessons teachers’ viewpoints, athlete students had higher personal and social responsibility in home, physical education class and other classes (P≤0.05). According to the opinions of parents and physical education, there weren`t significant differences between female and male students in their responsibility. But, this difference was significant from other lessons teachers’ viewpoints (P≤ 0.05).

URL: http://ejournal7.com/journals_n/1507840793.pdf
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5. Anton Petija
Diagnostics the Response of Freestyle and Greco-Roman Wrestlers’ Organisms to Competition and Training Load

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2017, 5(2): 93-99.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2017.2.93CrossRef

The aim of a contribution is to diagnose, analyse and compare level of density´s intensity in training load and competition load of freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling style with using measurements of blood lactate by Biosen C Line Sport. Research complex consisted of six freestyle wrestlers from closer Slovak representation, who participated in the first round of Slovak senior league in Banska Bystrica in 2015 and four Greco-Roman wrestlers from Army sport club Dukla Banska Bystrica. We were identifying level of lactate from capillary blood in the 1st, 4th and 8th minute of resting after competition load of freestyle wrestlers and after training load of Greco-Roman wrestlers. The match lasted 2x3 minutes with 30 seconds break. Arithmetic average of the measured blood lactate of Greco-Roman wrestlers after training load was in the 1st minute of resting – 12,33 mmol/l, in the 4th minute of resting – 13,57 mmol/l and in the 8th minute of resting – 8,65 mmol/l. After the competition load of freestyle wrestlers, the arithmetic average of the blood lactate in the 1st minute of resting was 13,20 mmol/l, in the 4th minute of resting – 11,94 mmol/l and in the 8th minute of resting – 13,65 mmol/l. In comparison to analysed wrestlers, freestyle wrestlers had in the 1st minute of recovery higher values of blood lactate than Greco-Roman wrestlers: of 0,87 mmol/l. In the 4th minute of recovery the Greco-Roman wrestlers had higher values of 1,63 mmol/l and in the 8th minute of recovery, freestyle wrestlers had higher values of 5,00 mmol/l.

URL: http://ejournal7.com/journals_n/1507840853.pdf
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6. Srivastava Shipra, J.P. Verma
Investigation of Participation in Exercise Motives among Various Strata of Society

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2017, 5(2): 100-110.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2017.2.100CrossRef

The purpose of this study was to investigate the exercise motives among the persons in different strata of the society. It was also investigated the role of gender and socio-economic status in deciding the exercise motives. Sample consisted of subjects (male and female) in the age category of 18 to 65 years with mean and SD 33.22+ 13.45 drawn from different sections of the society i.e. employees and college going students, who performs moderate to vigorous physical exercises. The exercise motivation inventory-2 and Kuppu Swami SES Scale were used in the study. Descriptive statistics and analysis of variance were used to analyze the data. The study revealed that Revitalization, Enjoyment, and Appearance motives were significantly different in different age categories of male whereas ill-health pressure was significantly different in different age categories of female. The study concluded that the exercise motives vary with socioeconomic status in female whereas no such pattern existed in male. Further, appearance, ill-health pressure and weight management were the important considerations in female.

URL: http://ejournal7.com/journals_n/1507840973.pdf
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7. Alexandros Skeparianos, Fotios Mavrovouniotis, Evaggelos Sykaras, Panagiotis Papadopoulos, Dorothea Kapoukranidou, Chrysi Mavrovounioti, Anna Fachantidou
Compliance with Hygiene Rules and Frequency of Infectious Diseases Incidents at Sports/Fitness Centers: Comparative Study/Analysis between Recreational Basketball Players and People who Working out at Health Clubs

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2017, 5(2): 111-120.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2017.2.111CrossRef

The lack of personal hygiene (Luke, d’Hemecourt, 2007) and decontamination of sports centers (CDC, 2003; Duckro et al., 2005) contribute to the cause and transmission of diseases between the athletes (Collins – O'Connell, 2012) and people that work out in these facilities. The aim of this study is to investigate the implementation of personal hygiene rules among the amateur basketball players and athletes working out in fitness centers. Moreover, the conditions of hygiene that exist in these specific facilities used by the participants of this study were analyzed. In the end, an analysis between recreational basketball players and the people who work out in health clubs is conducted, in order to examine whether the first are efficiently informed of the hygiene rules compared to the latter. Survey and quantitative analysis, with data gathered through questionnaires which were distributed and completed by 923 participants. The sample was random and evenly selected among amateur basketball athletes in basketball teams and people working out at fitness centers. The data were analyzed with quantitative methods with statistical package SPSS 22. The Analysis brought out that recreational athletes tend to not apply personal hygiene rule thoroughly. Low performance on personal hygiene is highly related to the frequency that recreational basketball athletes become ill or infected in their sports halls. People working out at health clubs appear more competent in the application of hygiene rules, their sports spaces tend to be more hygiene friendly and therefore they are less often ill or infected in comparison to recreational basketball athletes.

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